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Morgan - Stratton : Stanley, Byrd, Brower, Tong, Platt

Jean S. Bird, author and artist
Books/Monographs
English
[Novato, California] : J.S. Bird, c1994
239 p., [20] plates : ill., facsims., ports.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 223-239.

The immigrant ancestor, Abraham Morgan, was born in Wales. He married Elizabeth Ealy before immigrating to Virginia before 1775. He landed at Point Comfort and settled in Bedford Co., Va. There he and Elizabeth reared a family of six children. About 1802 family was living in the Tazewell area. Descendants in this book are mainly through their son, Thomas (d. bef. 1850), who married Rachel Blankenship (b. ca. 1790). They had at least eleven children. Their oldest, Mary Polly Morgan (b. ca. 1802), married William Wyatt Stratton born ca. 1813 in Kentucky. Descendants and family members live in Virginia, Ohio, Missouri, Oklahoma and elsewhere.

Includes Morgan, Stratton, Platt and allied families.

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